Thank you to our friends in Mexico for getting us up and running again!
Location: Estado de Mexico, Mexico
TIDBIT: A 15-year-old girl is believed to be the fifth victim of a string of stray dog attacks in a Mexico City park over the last month, setting off a fierce debate about how to handle the city’s stray dog problem.
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2013/01/10/15-yr-old-girl-possible-fifth-victim-stray-mexico-dog-pack-officials-say/#ixzz2VZeZWn4w
Surely other vultures…This Black Vulture maybe was snacking on remains too close to the road.
TIDBIT - The Black Vulture is a carrion feeder that will bully a turkey vulture away from a carcass and will occasionally kill smaller live prey.
This groundhog was found lying face down on a road in the Sourland Mountains region of New Jersey.
Tidbit: Groundhogs are a pest species that will eat through building foundations. They are vicious if cornered. Unless they are dead. Then not so vicious.
Submitted by: Molly
Why did the turkey cross the county road you ask? We’ll never know.
TIDBIT: In the 1930s it is reported the the numbers of wild turkeys were dwindling due to overhunting, disease and forest clearing.